Dr. Steven Lindauer practices Orthodontics in Richmond, VA. Comprehensive orthodontic treatment includes metal wires that are inserted into orthodontic brackets, which can be made from stainless steel or a more aesthetic ceramic material. The wires interact with the brackets to move teeth into desired positions. Being advanced in the field, Dr. Lindauer may also use Invisalign or other aligner trays that have been designed to align a patients? smile. As an orthodontist, Dr. Lindauer must recognize various characteristics of a malocclusion or dentofacial deformity, define the nature of the problem, including the etiology if possible, and design a treatment strategy based on the specific needs and desires of the patient.
- Moving an ankylosed central incisor using orthodontics, surgery and distraction osteogenesis.
- Compact, passively Q-switched Nd:YAG laser for the MESSENGER mission to Mercury.
- Determining the limits of orthodontic treatment of overbite, overjet, and transverse discrepancy: a pilot study.
- Predictors of variation in mandibular incisor enamel thickness.
- Bonding properties of newly erupted and mature premolars.
- Influence of chin prominence on esthetic lip profile preferences.
- Is the time really right for mandatory 3-year orthodontic residency programs?
- Computers and cephalometrics.
- Importance of pumice prophylaxis for bonding with self-etch primer.
- Perception of profile among laypeople, dental students and orthodontic patients.
- Quantitation of rotational movements associated with surgical mandibular advancement.
- Electromyographic-force characteristics in the assessment of oral function.
- Opinions of American and Swedish orthodontists about the role of erupting third molars as a cause of dental crowding.
- Patient attitudes toward retention and perceptions of treatment success.
- Development of a sustained fluoride delivery system.
- Influence of gender on office staff management in orthodontics.
- Prevalence of white spot lesions during orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances.
- Perceptions of soft tissue laser use in orthodontics.
- Development of white spot lesions during orthodontic treatment: perceptions of patients, parents, orthodontists, and general dentists.
- Self-ligating vs conventional brackets as perceived by orthodontists.
- Preventing and treating white-spot lesions associated with orthodontic treatment: a survey of general dentists and orthodontists.
- A tribute to the past and a look to the future.
- Effects of orthopedic maxillary expansion on nasal cavity size in growing subjects: a low dose computer tomography clinical trial.
- Peer review: can we do better?
- It's a small world…after all.
- Supporting open access and the AAOF.
- Skeletal and dental effects of tooth-borne versus hybrid devices for mandibular symphyseal distraction osteogenesis.
- Who pays for orthodontic education?
- Factors affecting orthodontists' management of the retention phase.
- Influence of active reminders on oral hygiene compliance in orthodontic patients.
- Parents' preferences regarding appearance and attire of orthodontists.
- Efficacy of orthopedic treatment with protraction facemask on skeletal Class III malocclusion: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Efficacy of a fluoride-releasing orthodontic primer in reducing demineralization around brackets: an in-vivo study.
- Protect me please.
- Ethics and the orthodontic match.
- Interproximal reduction of teeth: differences in perspective between orthodontists and dentists.
- Orthodontic marketing through social media networks: the patient and practitioner's perspective.
- Communication practices and preferences between orthodontists and general dentists.
- Saying "good-bye" and "thank you" to a legendary figure in orthodontics.
- Current trends in headgear use for the treatment of Class II malocclusions.
- Where are we going?
- Pursue Angle Society membership to satisfy your passion.
- The power of Empowerment.
- The secret is out.
- Orthodontically induced external apical root resorption in patients treated with fixed appliances vs removable aligners.
- Looking for the Future.
- Rapid 3D mandibular superimposition for growing patients.
- Treatment management between orthodontists and general practitioners performing clear aligner therapy.
- Twitter analysis of the orthodontic patient experience with braces vs Invisalign.
- The Angle Research Prize turns 25.
- An interview with Steven J. Lindauer.
- Excellent customer service in the age of compromise.
- Alveolar bone response to light-force tipping and bodily movement in maxillary incisor advancement:A prospective randomized clinical trial.
- Effect of incisal loading during orthodontic treatment in adults:.
- Letters From Our Readers.
- Nonextraction Treatment.
- Effect of TMJ dysfunction on jaw mobility and functional movements.
- Jaw position sensitivity as a function of degree of jaw opening.
- On tooth movement.
- Effect of jaw opening on masticatory muscle EMG-force characteristics.
- Biomechanical considerations for orthodontic treatment of adults.
- The ground rules for arch wire design.
- Responses of 3-dimensional arch wires to vertical v-bends: comparisons with existing 2-dimensional data in the lateral view.
- The effects of lip bumper therapy in the mixed dentition.
- Class II subdivision treatment with tip-back moments.
- Simultaneous intrusion and retraction using a three-piece base arch.
- Asymmetries: diagnosis and treatment.
- Evaluation of dental midline position.
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